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But if you're feeling it with a friend, it's worth thinking about making a move.
Boston-based dating coach Neely Steinberg says she’d encourage more women to act on their attraction to friends.
Now, that said, you might still have questions about how your single guys see you—particularly that friend in your circle with whom sparks always fly.
He always reminds you that you’re awesome, and plays into all your jokes (good and bad).
Especially if he’s not “ready” to pursue a relationship just yet, he might appear seemingly interested, because he’s open to exploring that connection in the future.2. According to Sam*, a 28-year-old business executive, men are not naturally good at interpreting your attraction cues.
And the more he likes you, the more he may convince himself it’s better to be in your friendzone than out of your life—and all your so-called “hints” are falling on deaf ears.
“Relationships, platonic or otherwise, are initiated out of mutual interest or compatibility, and the draw of attractiveness is certainly a primary factor,” says Ivankovich.
“Sometimes you don’t feel anything right away, but over time you come to realize it may be more,” says Josh, a 27-year-old public relations specialist.
“You don’t know them as well, and there are still things to discover, which makes an exciting spark.” In these casual friendships, you might even find yourself on his back-burner.
In fact, some of your very best friends are probably members of the opposite sex.